Goodbye Honolulu – Goodbye Honolulu [Streaming]

Today the Toronto band Goodbye Honolulu dropped their long awaited self-titled debut album via Stray Dog Records.
13 tracks of fun and buzzy indie pop rock that is a blend from garage, surf and psych.

About the album:
Goodbye Honolulu blurs the lines between power-pop, country, hip hop, lo-fi and more. Working with seasoned producers Ben Cook who has worked with Fucked Up, No Warning, Young Guv and Tony Price who has worked with US Girls, Slim Twig, Ice Cream, Michael Rault), the album leads the band down an entirely new path creatively and sonically.

After a month-long headlining tour in the United States, Goodbye Honolulu headed straight into the studio the next morning to record their highly anticipated debut album. Described by the band as their “dream record”.

During the recording process the band dealt with many weird happenings, which is no surprise as the record was recorded in an abandoned movie theatre turned recording studio in the east end of Toronto, where the band lived and recorded for 11 days. A visit by the spirit of a woman and a dog during one of their overnight stays inspired both the album’s choice of cover art as well as many songs and lyrics on the record.

This album comes as a departure for the band, a chance to mature, explore new sounds and finally create the record they always dreamed of making.

Goodbye Honolulu gets: 📷📷📷📷📷📷/10.

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